KBR Selected to Support UK MOD Defense Training Estate
HOUSTON, May 1, 2020
HOUSTON, May 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — KBR (NYSE: KBR) announced today that it has been selected by the UK’s Crown Commercial Services (CCS) to join the new Training Estates Services Framework Agreement to support the training estate of the UK Ministry of Defence (MOD).
This commercial agreement will be used by MOD’s Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) and other UK public sector bodies. It aims to allow procurement departments the ability to enter into call off contracts of various sizes and complexity.
This framework will support the future defense infrastructure services program and will include a range of services required by DIO including building and facilities management, accommodation and rural land management, catering and construction work. This work will provide a safe place to train for all military training estates facilities, delivering on the vision of maintaining and sustaining a living working and training environment fit for UK Defence.
“We are delighted to have been selected by the Crown Commercial Services to participate in this successful partnership between the Armed Forces and the private sector,” said Andrew Barrie, KBR President, Government Services EMEA. “We are passionate about building a trusted and collaborative approach in delivering the next chapter of the defense infrastructure services program.”
This four-year framework covers core sites including national training centers and areas, specialist training facilities and rural estate management across the military training estate. There are six regional training areas covering the whole of the UK comprising of 16 major armed forces training areas and other minor camps, ranges, tracks and buildings.
KBR delivers industry-leading expertise in estate transformation and professional facilities management, assurance and services.
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